Although her wardrobe appears to range from skimpy to barely there, teen bride Courtney Stodden did a good deed recently by donating some of her old clothes to charity.
The 17-year-old wore a tiny white top that barely covered her ample chest, tight jeans and towering heels for the occasion. She was accompanied by her 51-year-old husband, “Green Mile” actor Doug Hutchinson, who helped her carry bags of clothing.
The question on everyone’s minds: Are these clothes even suitable for charity?
Perhaps Stodden’s good deed was to make amends for last month, when she and Hutchinson were bounced from a Santa Clara pumpkin patch after attendees complained about their behavior. Stodden was wearing super short-shorts and a plaid shirt that showed her abdomen at the event.
In a recent interview on Dr. Drew Pinsky’s “Lifechangers,” Stodden and her husband explained what went down at the pumpkin patch. “We went to pick out pumpkins the other day and Courtney was dressed as you saw her in sort of the Daisy Duke like thing,” Hutchison said.
He went on to say that they “even overheard a dad say to his little girl, ‘Oh, look honey, they have a pumpkin patch girl this year,’” as Courtney, wearing a low-cut pink dress, chirped, “The dads loved it.”
The Pumpkin Patch incident came after Facebook deleted Stodden’s personal and fan pages for posting photos that were deemed “inappropriate sexual content,” according to her mother, Krista Keller. Stodden was later reinstated to the social network.
“It’s the jealousy from the women towards her,” Keller told E! News. “The men love her, the women hate her. The women report the photo because it’s so easy to do. You just click a button. They think she’s too sexy, they all report her together, and it’s done.”